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Garibaldi. --By persistent exertions, the shameless Federal Government of the United States, which, boasting that it ouhelp, has succeeded in getting a sympathizing letter from Garibaldi, and a partial promise that, if the war is protracted a year or two, he will come to the rescue. Garibaldi, as an Italian patriot, elicited a good deal of enthusiasm in the Unitther respect it is a collection of fools or lunatics.--If Garibaldi had come to the United States soon after his achievementstheir character. We never had much faith in this man Garibaldi. We were so unfortunate at the time of the Italian war aEmanuel was only actuated by a selfish ambition, and that Garibaldi is a Red Republican, an enemy of law and order, and the c in the language of the late Webster, "still lives." Let Garibaldi come! The success of his Italian movement was because itas the Lincoln despotism. It was successful, not because Garibaldi was a great General, for he never pretended to possess an